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Dissolved  2012
2011–12  2ªB – Group 4, 14th
Ground Capacity  6,500
Founded  1996
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Full name  Asociación Deportiva Ceuta
Grounds  Estadio Alfonso Murube, Ceuta

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Asociación Deportiva Ceuta was a Spanish football team based in the autonomous city of Ceuta. Founded in 1996, its last ever season was 2011–12 in Segunda División B, holding home matches at Estadio Alfonso Murube, with a capacity of 6,500.


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Agrupación Deportiva Ceuta, another team from the city, was founded in 1972 and folded in 1991. The club played once in the Segunda División, in 1980–81.

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In 1996 Asociación Deportiva Ceuta was born, reaching the third level in only two years; in its first decades of existence, it appeared – without success – in five second division promotion play-offs.

On 1 July 2012, Ceuta was relegated to the Tercera División for unpaid wages to its players.

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After 2011–12 season, the club was administratively relegated to Regional Preferente de Ceuta due to unpaid wages from the previous season. Shortly after, club was disbanded with a €600,000 total debt.

Club background

  • Agrupación Deportiva Ceuta — (1972–91)
  • AD Ceutí Atlético – (1996–97)
  • Asociación Deportiva Ceuta – (1997–2012)
  • Other clubs from Ceuta

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  • Ceuta Sport Club — (1932–41)
  • Sociedad Deportiva Ceuta — (1941–56)
  • Club Atlético Ceuta — (1956–2013) (currently in Tercera División with the name of AD Ceuta FC. The team was formerly a part of Atlético Tetuán, which split in 1956 after Moroccan independence)
  • Club Deportivo Imperio de Ceuta — (1942–)

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    In the 2012–13 season, Club Atlético Ceuta played in Tercera División and changed its name for the 2013–14 season to Agrupación Deportiva Ceuta Fútbol Club (AD Ceuta FC) with the aim to substitute the dissolved AD Ceuta.


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    The Ceuta-Melilla derby was between Ceuta and UD Melilla. The two clubs travelled to each other via the Spanish mainland to avoid entering Morocco.

  • 14 seasons in Segunda División B
  • 2 seasons in Tercera División
  • Final squad

    Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.


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